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Revocable Trusts

Estate planning is a crucial aspect of securing your financial future and ensuring your loved ones are taken care of after you’re gone. One invaluable tool in estate planning is the revocable trust, a versatile legal instrument that offers individuals and families a comprehensive solution for managing their assets and ensuring a seamless transition of …

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Choosing an Executor or a Trustee: Making Informed Decisions for Your Estate

Choosing an Executor or a Trustee: Making Informed Decisions for Your Estate When it comes to estate planning, one of the crucial decisions you need to make is selecting the right individuals to handle your affairs after you’re gone. These individuals are known as executors and trustees. They play distinct but equally important roles in …

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What Is an Irrevocable Trust?

Regardless of your age or wealth, an estate plan provides you with the security needed for what can be an uncertain future. Estate planning allows individuals to protect and manage their assets, while ensuring their loved ones are cared for in the event of their passing. One powerful tool that accomplishes these goals is an …

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What Are Special Need Trusts?

Special Needs Trusts are authorized under federal law 42 U.S.C. § 1396p(d)(4)(A). They are a type of trust that preserves the Special Needs Trust beneficiary’s eligibility for needs-based government benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). These trusts may also be called a supplemental needs trusts, or ”d4A”. The New Jersey regulations for …

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